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Sometimes, we need a fresh start in life, and a new, custom home can provide exactly that!

Your home’s floor plan isn’t the only selection you should focus on — you need to think about the exterior, too! After all, your home’s exterior design and its landscaping are what define your curb appeal.

Once the foundation for your home is in place, the next step our team takes is to start framing your home. This step generally proceeds rather quickly so we can start getting the roof up, but there’s still a lot of work involved!

Your basement can provide some much-needed extra space — but without proper care, it can also be prone to flooding and other forms of water damage.

Looking for an inviting open concept space? At 1,700 square feet, the Fairview is a great choice for young families. This 3-bed/2-bath home has ample storage and welcoming curb appeal, making it ideally suited for your lifestyle.

Homebuilding is always innovating and progressing — it’s a big part of what makes what we do so rewarding! There are new innovations to consider each year throughout the house, and the garage is no exception.

Did you know that lighting comes in different “temperatures?” Even with the exact same decor and finish, a room can look completely different based on whether it has “warm” or “cool” lighting.

Caring for houseplants isn’t always easy — but there’s no denying that they can have a truly transformative impact on your home decor. Learning to style house plants (real or not) can go a long way in giving your home some added substance.

Here at Capstone, we’re never content with the status quo. As a result, we encourage our customers to suggest flor plan changes to fit their needs and design preferences.

No matter how old (or new) your house is, seasonal maintenance is essential to keep everything in good working order. This is especially important in Ohio, where we go from muggy heat in the summer to bitter cold in the winter.